Last Updated: Thu, 16 May 2013 12:18
QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar is looking to secure a move away from the relegated club in the summer but insists no deal is set in place.
The 33-year-old was one of a number of high-profile names to join the London club last summer, as owner Tony Fernandes aimed to create an established top-flight side.
The Brazilian is clear that he will not be playing football in the Championship next term, as he bids to keep playing at the highest level ahead of the 2014 World Cup in his home nation.
The former FC Internazionale Milano stopper has been one of the more consistent performers for Harry Redknapp's side this term, but he will leave by mutual consent, with his wages too large for the club to continue paying in the English second-flight.
Cesar said: "It is confidential. My future today is a question mark.
"I have three more years on my contract, but the manager has already made it clear that it will be hard for me to stay at the club. I am happy he thinks that way, it is a sign that my work is being recognised.
"I dedicated as much as I could to QPR."
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